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talking about. investigators are investigating another hospital suspected of performing unnecessary procedures. live in mount vernon, kei jackson explains what led to the new investigation. >> reporter: say this investigation is in the very early stages and it could be some time before patients know whether they were subjected to unnecessary medical procedures. investigating a second unnamed maryland hospital to determine if unnecessary procedures were performed on patients. >> we have asked the health care quality to investigate another hospital. if i wanted to name the hospital i would have named it in the report. that's an ongoing investigation and at this time we are maintaining that confidentiality confidentiality. >> after concerns that more than 600 patients may have had extents place -- stints placed
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in their chest. earlier this year wjz spoke with this baltimore woman who doesn't want to be identified but has been told she may have received unnecessary stints. >> i don't feel comfortable with having two stints in me. >> reporter: the current report does not identify the hospital or physicians or any procedures under review. it does not state how the hospital in question became the subject of review. >> once it becomes public we will let people know about it. >> reporter: they are trying to epared to even y are even handle problems like this. of course we will stay on this investigation. we will bring you new information once it is released. >> reporter: we did have some
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thunderstorm damage today. you can see this huge tree toppled right on to a power line on route 136. right now crews are working to restore power to about 11,000 customers. he goes by the name hitler and now he's going to prison for a long time. he pleaded guilty to severely beating an african american man while he was fishing last summer. he told police the attack would not have happened if the fisherman was white. >> reporter: a year ago a man and his wife went fishing. this man approached. >> asked him if he had any signature cigarettes or water. >> reporter: the men didn't leave, but mrs. brief et did. >> these individuals attacked him, they punched him, kicked him and beat him with a stick
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and eventually took his car and left. >> reporter: they told police they never would have jumped him had he been white. >> i was like, oh my god, are you okay. and he was trying and just blood everywhere and his eye was hanging out. and he said the boys came from behind and had a bat and knocked him on the ground, kicked him, took his keys and sped off with his truck. >> reporter: he has a tay to. today he pleaded to carjacking and the assault of a corrections officer. >> it's safe to say this is a plea agreement that we feel very good about because we're going to get this prn off the streets for 31 years. >> reporter: on thursday mr. pref et will be here to make a victim impact statement.
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reporting downtown for the 19, back to you on tv hill. there are two other defendants in this case. one is an adult who has yet to go to trial. the other is a minor. a young life lost too soon, today thousands came out to say goodbye to a hartford county teenager. carried the casket into today's funeral service. the 14-year-old died after he was hit by a car while trying to cross a busy road way last friday. friends are still trying to cope with the loss. >> now that he's gone we just have to make up for that by doing what he always wanted. just by everybody being together and helping each other out. because this is just a tough time for everyone. you ever been loved him. >> reporter: he was captain of the jv football defense. he also loved music.
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another maryland family will soon be burying a son killed in a helicopter crash. he was one of 9 u.s. military personnel who died when their chopper went down. he was a former navy lacrosse player and a member of the navy seals. trying to find out what went wrong with the nation's food system leading to a recall of more than a billion eggs. today victims heard from victims. >> it was the first public apology from the owner of an iowa farm whose eggs sent hundreds of people to the hospital. >> we apologize to everyone with may have been sickened by eating our eggs. i have prayed several times aday for all of these people. >> reporter: but this wasn't
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the first offense. he has paid thousands of dollars in fines over safety violations. >> you are a habitual violate or of basic safety standards. >> reporter: lawmakers displayed photos of filthy conditions. >> this isn't something that just happened overnight. that manure pile is 7 to 8 feet tall. >> reporter: and the company apparently knew it had a problem. found right county eggs positive for salmonella hundreds of times. the fda is urging congress to pass new legislation, giving it more power to initiation recalls. >> reporter: some victims agree. >> the infection wiped me out to the point i was unable to function. >> reporter: 77-year-old carol laugh at oh almost died and says if congress does nothing
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she's afraid it could happen again. a bill that would give the fda more enforcement power has already passed the house but has stalled in the senate. one of the area's oldest malls is beefing up security. this weekend a jewelry store was robbed. police think three different groups of robbers are responsible. so far they have warrants for two suspects. the mall is increasing its number of security officers as well as plain clothes police men on patrol. police are calling him the preppy burglar. he is seen committing his crime dressed more for a business meeting. spoke with one man who caught the burglar on camera, gigi. >> reporter: police say he is well dressed and does not look like a thief. what's more they don't know if
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the preppy burglar has struck before. several digital cameras surround this house. the homeowner doesn't want to be identified. he bought those cameras a few months ago because of a recent break in. last week his investment paid off. this man, red tie and dress slacks, police say he was there to steal. now police call him the preppy particular. >> it's certainly unusual for a burglar to be dressed in a dote and tie. >> this is what the homeowner saw, the preppy burglar at his door ringing the bell, checking windows and knocking. when he is sure no one is home, police say that's when he walked around the back and knocked out a window. minutes later in broad daylight he walked out of the front door
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several times carrying electronics, all the while peering over his shoulder making sure no one spots him. >> you do have a sense that your home is your quiet space. i don't know what he planned to do but he seemed to see an opportunity. >> reporter: they don't know if there's another reason why he's dressed so well. >> we don't know if he's coming from somewhere where he was dressed appropriately for the day or if perhaps it was a ruse to throw off neighbors. >> reporter: but police won't know physical -- until they find him. and police say the preppy burglar carries a clip board and papers with him, they believe that is part of his disguise to tell neighbors he is in the neighborhood doing a survey. >> reporter: police are offering a $500 reward for
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knives that leads -- information that leads to an arrest in this case. according to the road, baltimore roads are the 10th worst among urban areas. driving around town is costing you more than $600 a year. more wear and tear to your car and higher gas. i hope she took it, was it a preventible tragedy? new revelations about the decisions made just before the titanic sank. calls for a ban on same sex marriage, but tonight a well known pastor is accused of luring boys. wait until you hear a punishment for a man beating his own dog to death. that story coming up on eyewitness news.
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more heat for the rest of the week. i'll have complete first warning forecast coming up next. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
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♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] mcdonald's new chicken flatbreads. all out awesome combinations of juicy, grilled chicken topped with roasted garlic aioli and a natural four-cheese blend. mcdonald's chicken flatbreads. the simple joy of new discoveries. ♪ it is 75 degrees and mainly clear in central maryland right now. nwpd had a make an emergency
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landing today. it happened just before 4:00. authorities describe the incident as a hard landing. 6-people were on board. all were rescued. authorities suspect that mechanical failure. a pastor of a mega church, three young men have filed lawsuits against bishop eddie long claiming they were coerced into having sex with him. they say long abused his spiritual authority by seducing them with cars, money and expensive trips. >> calls them a shake down attempt and denies the allegations. >> reporter: outraged animal lovers a man is given a controversial sentence after beating a little dog to death. more on the story. >> reporter: it's too graphic so we blurred the image of a
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miniature pincher. after police found the dog tied up in a garbage bag in the bed of his truck. the dog died less than an hour later. >> this was a case that we thought call out for punishment. >> reporter: was upset to learn that this week a city judge agreed to drop the case if chambers performed 50 hours of community service volunteering at the spca. >> the stunned head says no way. >> it is our job to protect animals and we want to make sure our animals and staff are safe. >> we were frustrated that the prosecutor chose not to prosecute the case. >> it seems as if this is a little monday morning quarterbacks. >> blames police for failing to
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properly warn him of his miranda rights. >> the facts are very deserving and horrific, we have to do and follow the law and in this case we nigh that we could not prove this case beyond a reasonable doubt. >> you would never order a child molester to go to community service with the boy scouts. we don't think it's appropriate for a person charged with animal abuse to do community service at an animal shelter. >> spca says they will not allow this man to do any community service here. that means chambers and his attorney may have to go back to the judge and ask for new service. >> reporter: several local animal shelters say they, too, will not allow someone accused of animal abuse to volunteer at
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their facility. abbott laboratories is recalling several containers of formula. causing stomach ache. the recall does not affect any liquid formulas. the infected products were sold in cans. abbott has set up a hotline. for more information go to our website. could the titanic tragedy have been avoided? in her new book says a steering mistake caused the ship to crash into the iceberg. she always said the ship sank as fast as it did. it's a fascinating story. >> reporter: yeah, it is. >> i just saw that movie again for about the 10th time.
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did you cry. >> reporter: all right, let's take a look at temperatures. we had some storms, big ones in some areas. the last bit of shower activity moving across delaware. there you see it moving just south of dover. lewis getting a shower right now. one or two more showers way out in garrett county right now. 75 degrees. still a very warm night as far as this time of the year is concerned. winds are very light. dewpoints are up. here in the city most areas didn't see a drop of rain. barometer has been rising, 91 degrees today, the record high 99. the average high is 76. 61 last night. the average low is now 54 and the record low, 37 degrees.
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right now it's 70 up in elkin. once again the dewpoint is pretty high. winds coming out of the north now. and tomorrow we'll have wind early in the day. tomorrow night they go back to the southwest and that's going to keep us in a very warm air. kicked up the showers. kinds of a trough ahead of that front. a lot of showers to our north in of course portions of virginia. it's going to head back to the north as a warm front during the day late thursday into friday. that's why we get back into the low 90s. it will be dropping. big temp around 74. so tonight, showers have ended. just call it partly cloudy. tomorrow back up close to 90.
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the next 5 days it will get hot again on friday. 92 and then cooling a little bit. low 70s, low to mid-70s, chance of rain coming in friday and again on monday. we need it denise. check in with don scott and burn bernadette woods starting at 4:55 a.m. back to work for the ravens after a tough logs. mark was at their practice today and has the latest coming up. olololololold gibbs canning. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you.
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and stick to it. like seriously low prices. [ male announcer ] at safeway, we made a promise of low prices. and we're keeping it. [ female announcer ] with club card specials like pork loin rib half, 99 cents a pound and campbell's select harvest soup only a $1 each. i need to know that when i'm here, the low prices will be too. monday, tuesday, everyday. i'm a big fan of everyday. [ male announcer ] and with thousands of everyday low prices, you'll save all over the store. [ female announcer ] low prices you can count on. at safeway, that's our promise. that's ingredients for life. get ready to make some noise on sunday. >> reporter: last sunday was one of frustration but you get to the middle of the week, things have calmed down. the ravens offense certainly has not taken off yet. but coach says today he feels like joe flacco is still their best quare back. the coach says it wouldn't be a
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big deal, he looks like the quare back as any other position. he and the team back to practice preparing for sunday's game against cleveland. the focus on flacco comes after he threw 4 interceptions but the team doesn't seem too concerned. >> it was one game out of 16. we have 14 left and that one loss isn't going to matter very much. we expect to have a lot of wins, so nobody likes it. i don't like it, the team doesn't like it but you have got to get over it. >> one thing we know we have the guys to get it corrected and we're not [ indiscernible ] we all look at this. we're all in it together. >> reporter: they have one touchdown pass but he says you won't catch him passing to the media any time soon. he declared a media plaque --
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black out. derrick can let his game speak for itself, see it right here, coverage kicks off at 1:00. in baseball the orioles put them in position -- something the birds haven't done in 3 years. keeps it going at fenway park. boston starter high and deep off the wall. not a homer but a double and good enough to bring, and the orioles had a 1-0 lead. would take the lead with one swing from the guy. 3 run homerun for david ortiz. 3 runs driven in total leads to a victory. prevents that fenway sweep. toronto is the next stop. sitting in the press box,
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active observers. he's not just a team president, he is still -- would say give that man a contact. he is good. the guy with the tie with play. he didn't have a glove either. >> reporter: and he kept the ball. thank you, mark. a king of the cake. a new world record next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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big name shows and musical acts are coming to baltimore soon. jersey boys is just one of the many acts coming for the new season. the first big show will be in
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october. and closer to the holidays rock of ages. see a complete list of the shows and the prices. visit wjz.com. a new orleans bakery broke the new record today for the largest cake in the world. worked through the night to construct a guinness world record king cake. it wrapped around the super dome twice. it took 500 tables to set up the cake. all net proceeds went to susan g komen for the cure. i was s ,, [ ehrlich ] annapolis -- if they have their way, we're facing a mountain of debt and a massive tax increase. employers will continue to leave our state, taking their jobs with them. the next four years will impact the next decade,
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so we've put together a road map to 2020. a plan that brings jobs back to maryland by reducing spending and lowering taxes. let's make the maryland we love not just good, but great. now let's get down to work. let's make the maryland we love not just good, but great. bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side.
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